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Column: A tax reform President Trump should like, and you should too

Yevgeniy Feyman and Charles Blahous, co-authors of the recent Mercatus study “Replacing the Cadillac Tax,” make the case for eliminating the tax exemption for employer-provided health insurance. Photo by Ulrich Baumgarten via Getty Images. Editor’s note: Tax reform. Everyone seems to think it’s necessary. But few agree on exactly — or even approximately — how to do it.
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